Is It Important To Connect With Each Other As Believers?
We all lead fast paced lives, and have commitments pulling us in many different directions. It is much easier to pray alone, seek God on the drive from work and call it a day as far as all things spiritual are concerned.
Is that enough? Can you skip going to church or finding a group of other believers to have that iron sharpening relationships with? Can you dismiss showing up to learn from people in ministry and creating connection points to share what God has given you?
In short… No Way? Fellowship is a key component in living a full, Christ focused life.
Hebrews 10:25 the Word tells us ;
25 And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near. (NLT)
Yes, that is the “Forsake not the assembly of ourselves…” scripture that you know and love.
Jesus gathered 12 disciples to work, share meals and fellowship with. It is important for each of us to have a tribe. A group that we can share our beliefs with, learn from and grow with.
Our mission at Christian Global Outreach ministries has been to help you spread the Gospel. It is also important for us to provide connections for those who seek to commune with other ministers. Even though our ministry is online, we have a few things that should help you connect with others who are also answering The Call.
We are currently working on final edits to Our Minister Directory. We will be delivering your copy to you via
email in March.
Each month we will provide a way for ministers to connect. Make sure to post your comments below any of our blog posts and respond to other ministers. It is a great way to share your ideas and thoughts and create community.
If you would like to connect even more, we’ve just created a Facebook Group for Christian Global Outreach ministers. Click here to join.
We are always seeking better ways to help you serve your communities. If you have anything you’d like to share, please post it in the comments below and make sure to respond and share insights with other ministers.